Tips: New Windows Updates this week

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Andre Da Costa[ActiveWin], Nov 13, 2007.

  1. An update on system compatibility, reliability and stability: extends the
    battery life for mobile devices, improves stability of wireless network
    services, and shortens recovery time after Windows Vista experiences a
    period of inactivity, among other fixes.

    An update to USB core components: mainly affects systems returning from
    sleep or hibernation, fixing problems causing 1-2% of all crashes reported.

    An update to Windows Media Center: among other things, affects interaction
    issues occurring between Media Center PC and Microsoft Xbox 360 when Xbox
    360 is used as a Media Center Extender.
    Andre Da Costa[ActiveWin], Nov 13, 2007
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  2. Andre Da Costa[ActiveWin]

    DX Guest

    how exciting!
    DX, Nov 13, 2007
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  3. Andre Da Costa[ActiveWin]

    MICHAEL Guest

    These "new" updates are finally being pushed through
    Windows Updates.... they have been out since October.

    MICHAEL, Nov 13, 2007
  4. Andre Da Costa[ActiveWin]

    teyebeareeus Guest

    how exciting!

    OH GOD! Vista boys are DORKS!

    teyebeareeus, Nov 13, 2007
  5. Andre Da Costa[ActiveWin]

    Bill Yanaire Guest

    and you, teyebeareeus are their KING. You must LOVE being in the Vista
    group all day long every day. Post after post. I guess you have nothing
    better to do. If you did, you would be OUT doing it! By the way, did you
    ever get that patch kit for that blow up doll?
    Bill Yanaire, Nov 13, 2007
  6. Andre Da Costa[ActiveWin]

    teyebeareeus Guest

    You dont need to be on one location to use the internet you idiot
    teyebeareeus, Nov 14, 2007
  7. Andre Da Costa[ActiveWin]

    ICU Guest

    Does anyone know if Ntosknl.exe was changed during the latest Vista
    upgrades, my AV is showing it was changed?
    Is there a MS Vista web site which indicates what files have been changed
    by each update?
    Also how or can you click on any Vista update after installed in the
    control panel as in WinXP and read what the heck the update was about?

    ICU, Nov 16, 2007
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